Kurt Angle's Q&A session.
WWE Hall Of Famer and RAW GM Kurt Angle ran into some trouble this past Monday on RAW. Angle had the responsibility of getting the WWE Universal Champion Brock Lesnar out to the ring in front of the live audience in Miami. After three hours of attempting to do just that, Brock Lesnar did make his way out to the ring and within minutes of Lesnar being out there he delivered an F5 to Kurt Angle and he also verbally ridded of his longtime advocate Paul Heyman.
Kurt Angle recently hosted a Q&A session over his Facebook page where he addressed how he'd be handling the situation from this past Monday and wrote the following:
"I’m a forgiving man, but I also pick my spots when I retaliate. I will eventually get him back. Or, I could just suspend him after he loses the title at SS. We will see. And he WILL lose the title. My money is on Roman." Angle noted.
"The Olympic Gold-medalist" has a great deal of experience in the wrestling industry having competed against a number of notable names who were superstars in their own right prior to coming to WWE. Angle was able to square off against the talent of tomorrow while they were solidifying themselves as stars and during the Q&A session Angle was asked what former TNA stars who are now in WWE would he like to wrestle.
"Joe, Roode, or AJ. I’ve always felt that those 3 were the best of the best. I hope I get another crack at all of them!"
A man who has been under Kurt Angle's watch as a talent is the first-ever WWE Universal Champion Finn Balor. Angle was asked about Balor possibly holding gold in the company once again as he has not done so since the summer of 2016. Angle noted that it is only a matter of time before Balor is sporting championship gold around his waist.
"Soon. I think the company wanted to see how durable he was. He’s ready now." Angle explained.
To read the remainder of the questions that Kurt Angle answered, head over to his Facebook page. Also, to hear some thoughts on the segment between Brock Lesnar, Kurt Angle and Paul Heyman, check out the Fightful post-RAW review where our crew discussed the entire July 30th edition of RAW.